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    I love lasagna but have always hated making it because it takes so much time. Here is a great slow cooker recipe that I have used for years. You can mix and match cheeses and types of noodles. This also freezes well- if I have any leftovers!

    Recipe #247812

    Recipe #130799

    I just recently purchased 1/2 a beef and have so much hamburger. I needed something else to do with it. I combined a few recipes and came up with this. SO YUMMY!!!

    Recipe #252127

    2 Reviews |  By Bec

    I have yet to try this, but it is from my favorite cookbook- The Roosevelt Raccoons "All of Our Favorites" cookbook. The cookbook contains recipes from active parents and teachers of Roosevelt Elementary School, Mankato, MN. It is where I went to school, and my family submitted all of our family favorites for it. So, we probably have 10 copies of the book in our house!

    Recipe #127438

    A very simple crock pot recipe. I suppose you can substitute water for the wine and cook on low for 6-8 hours.

    Recipe #60655

    The first time I made this, I honestly did not believe that the results would taste so great! I think that browning the roast first does the trick is creating a homemade flavor. This is my husband's favorite dish!

    Recipe #362848


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